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Weekend vandalism in Canyon

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Several business in the city of Canyon were vandalized with a BB gun in the early morning hours on November, 10, 2013.

Canyon police are asking for help from the community in solving this case.

3 buildings received glass damage The Canyon City Hall, Palace Coffee Shop, and Canyon High School. 

Around the same time Canyon High School was damaged, a solar powered pedestrian crossing sign was also stolen on the North side of the school.

The theft of the sign is a felony offense.

If you have any information about these crimes you are asked to call The Canyon Police Department at 655-5005.

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